I like that you put that you like the record "JESUS". For me that´s part of the clue - it´s an interestingly recorded, arranged and produced song. More modern than any of his songs up to that point. And yes, I also like that he - for once - was willing and eager to take a chance. He earns a lot of Brownie points just for that. "SMALL CORNERS" came five years later, and fullfilled the promise made with "JESUS". I also admit that I always look forward to the sequence of "THROW DOWN A LINE" - "JESUS" when I listen to "BEST OF CLIFF, VOL. 2". There´s something interesting With the raw former being followed by the lmost fluffy latter. It reminds me of "THIEF IN THE NIGHT" being followed by "WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE" on the "NOW YOU SEE ME, NOW YOU DON´T" album. It´s the same feeling - the raw, heavy track being followed by a fluffy pop records. Also interestingly, "WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE" works very well in the context of the album, but did not work as a single. It´s too fluffy for a single, but a good song that found its perfect place in the running order of its parent album.